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REVEALED! THE secret sauce used at UUFP!

Blend everything together and it will probably look like this:

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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP

Robert Smith and Donna Carter will facilitate the second in a series of workshops designed to help us more effectively build our beloved community, both within our walls and in the wider world. This workshop, called “Leading Your Congregation into … Continue reading

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Sunday Services (May 2016)

Services for May 2016 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula theme: Beloved Community Services include sermons preached by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard unless otherwise noted. May 1st: “We’re Better Together” — Listen to it here. Just look around our Sanctuary on … Continue reading

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Upcoming Programs for Personal Enrichment

This month offers a number of new opportunities to learn and grow at the Fellowship! First, our Student Minister, Christina Hockman, and I will offer a series of three classes on Unitarian Universalist history, on the Tuesday evenings of February … Continue reading

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New Environments

From the Intern Minister, by Christina Hockman Last week I got a foster dog.  My terrier-mix Enzo (a.k.a. Evil Puppy) has been in need of canine company since my other, elderly dog passed away in May.  I’ve never been a … Continue reading

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Turning Strangers Into Friends

Pam Luke presented this testimonial as part of the August 4th 2013 “How to Listen” service at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula. As an introvert, an INTJ in the Myers-Briggs typology, talking about my feelings has never been … Continue reading

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